Netherlands vs. Spain (time, line, odds): quarterfinals and winners of the Women’s World Cup.

A star-studded matchup between the Netherlands and Spain in a 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup quarterfinal is scheduled for Thursday. Spain has scored three or more goals in three of their first four matches, while the Netherlands have yet to lose a game at the Women’s World Cup. In the Round of 16, the Dutch defeated South Africa 2-0. Spain lost to Japan 4-0 in their final group-stage match before thrashing Switzerland 5-1 on Saturday.

The New Zealand match will go off at 9 p.m. ET. According to the most recent Spain vs. Netherlands odds, Spain are -124 favorites (risk $124 to win $100) on the 90-minute money line. A 90-minute tie is valued at +225, the total number of goals scored is 2.5, and the underdog, the Netherlands, is +360. Netherlands are +150 to win, while Spain is -250. Check out Jon “Buckets” Eimer’s predictions and best bets for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup before committing to any picks for the Netherlands vs. Spain matchup.

Eimer is a high-volume bettor with in-depth knowledge of international leagues and players. He has covered the English Premier League, Serie A, the FA Cup, and many other events since joining SportsLine. Since the conclusion of the 2018 World Cup, he has been on fire, posting a record of 167-149-8 and earning $2,787 for $100 bettors.

Eimer has now examined the Netherlands vs. Spain game from every angle. visit view his picks, go visit SportsLine. The odds and trends for Spain vs. Netherlands are as follows:

“Mismanaged itself on a variety of levels”

Spread between Spain and the Netherlands: Spain -0.5 (-120), Netherlands +0.5 (-110

Over/under for Spain vs. Netherlands is 2.5 goals.

90-minute money line for Spain vs. Netherlands: Spain -124, Netherlands +360, Draw +225

Spain against. Netherlands is the next round: Netherlands +175, Spain -250

SPA: La Roja has a 13-5 advantage against World Cup foes after the Round of 16.

NETH: Since the beginning of the year, the Dutch are 6-2-1, with their two defeats coming in ties with Austria and Germany.

Picks for Spain vs. Netherlands View predictions at SportsLine

Reasons to support Spain

In their first four games at the Women’s World Cup, Spain has scored 13 goals. They defeated Switzerland 5-1, scoring four goals in the opening period. Aitana Bonmati scored twice, and Jennifer Hermoso, Alba Redondo, and Laia Codina all scored goals. A very threatening assault is formed by Hermoso, Bonmati, and Redondo, who have all scored three goals at the Women’s World Cup.

With two assists, Bonmati has also excelled as a coordinator, sharing the team lead with Eva Navarro. Spain’s aggressive offense will undoubtedly generate opportunities against a Netherlands team that allowed 13 shots against South Africa, including seven on goal. Spain has had the majority of scoring opportunities throughout each given game when La Roja has at least 70% of the possession in a game during this tournament. Visit SportsLine to see who to support.

Reasons to support Netherlands

Jill Roord, a midfielder, has excelled at the Women’s World Cup. She has made four appearances and has scored four goals on 16 shots, six of which were on goal. She scored twice as Vietnam was defeated 7-0. In 91 games for the national team, the 26-year-old has scored 25 goals, five of which have come since an exhibition game against Poland in April. She plays for Manchester City in the English Women’s Super League.

Forward Esmee Brugts also contributes to the offense’s improvement. The 20-year-old has had a significant influence on the national team, scoring two goals on eight shots, four of which were on target, in four games. She has made 21 appearances for her country since last year, scoring six goals. Brugts competes for PSV Eindhoven in the top women’s league in the Netherlands on a domestic level. Since 2020, she has scored 12 goals in 50 games. Visit SportsLine to see who to support.

How to predict the Netherlands to beat Spain 

Spain vs. Netherlands on Thursday has been dissected in detail by Eimer. In addition to his detailed analysis of the Women’s World Cup match, he is betting Over on the goal total and has two more sure bets. Only SportsLine will receive those picks from him.

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